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Homework Help: English

Posted by Henry2 on Monday, January 9, 2012 at 2:18pm.

I urgenlty need to know if the following exercise is possible. Thank you. (Can you suggest a site with exercises on "have to"/ "must" and/or "should" for intermediate students? What about adjectives followed by prepositions?) Thank you.

2. Complete with a suitable preposition
1. It’s stupid to get angry……………………… things that don’t matter. 2. I was really pleased ……………… the present you gave me. 3. I don’t enjoy my job any more. I’m bored ……… it. 4. Are you excited …………… going …… holiday next week? 5. Your writing is similar …… mine. 6. Don’t worry. There is nothing to be afraid ……… 7. We were greatly surprised ……….. the news. 8.Her father had an awful temper and she was always frightened ………. him. 9. Anna was disappointed .......... her last exam results. 10. He is getting tired ......... studying all the time. 11. Mike is very keen …….. football and is quite proud……. the two goals he scored last Saturday, but he can’t play next week and he’s sad ……. that. 12. Kay is crazy…….. music but she is really nervous……. singing in front of a loto f people.13. Why are you always so jelous ……. Other people?

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